Tribute to the landscapers of yesteryear during the summer at the shore. Featuring Deadman and Digi on vocals over some keyboard and drum tracks recorded in Florida a couple of years ago. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: rap, alternative, lawn
Digi is back on his meds and has focused the pain and grief of oppression and injustice into this streetwise joint featuring Nay Nay and Lil' Soopastar on backing vocals, Digi Hartatak lays down truth and justice the American way, using the freedom of speech granted to all creatures great, small and retarded. The moral of the story is don't let anyone ever try and stop you from making noise. Contains 18789_Incarnadine_referee_whistle courtesy of Incarnadine at Freesound... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: hip hop, rap, electronic, freesound
Deadman & Digi Hartatak are back.... in the 1970's. With some help from Electric Stiletto on pyramid drums on Electric Entourage, the funk flows freely and the grooves get groovier. Influenced by the progression through the decade of disco and decadance, Welcome Back takes you roughly back to the beginning you should have never escaped Kotter. Different strokes lead to Trapper John, time and time again. The Entourage is funky and Electric as they glam up the Vegas Strip with fear and... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, funk, disco, progressive, jam, pyramid,...
I was given a 6 track cassette master tape several years ago by my old guitar player Brian Lipski. I pieced together what tracks I could to try and create remixes with the least amount of processing possible to keep them original. Here they are, songs and words written and performed by Brian Lispki with exception of MIDI bassline thrown in bonus track. Barely remixed and remastered from original cassette master tracks from 1993. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: vintage, cassette, guitar, brian lipski, solo, progressive, neo classical, metal
Parody song written 12 years or so ago and finally finished about a year ago, so that would be one of my oldest and longest to finish songs ever... It's a joke and I sound like a friggin dork... but so do you. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: parody, comedy, erny
Play the non "radio edit version" if you dare... it's supposed to be first in track list... try to do something nice and well, read on. South Jersey's best Mayker tribute band Recorded live at JFK in Philadelphia in August 1977. The Faykers are an unusual Maykers tribute band that plays originals in the style of the Maykers playing Grateful Dead covers or old blues standards. Rumors circulate online about a reunion tour in support of Ralph Nader. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: jam band, faykers, maykers, jam band, live, grateful dead
4 track from Xenophobe era... best song we ever did when it came out... Deadman on vocals... nice tune.... This was the first song of a new style called "New Wage". ( 4 reviews ) Topics: alternative, electronic, experimental, cassette, new wage
Mangled version of William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini, original snippets taken from a wax cylinder recording, added bass, guitars, electric piano and some noise. Has a few free form afro cuban jazz breaks and some eastern congo blues chants at the end. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: william tell overture, techno, mashup, guitar, instrumental
Peace and Anarchy band practice tape meets PC MIDI sequencer and keyboard and you have a song recorded around 1989, remixed in the late 90's and reluctantly donated to civilization in the 21st Century........................... This one is really out of synchronization and sounds horrible... some parts are cool though and could be used for sampling purposes later... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: thrash, metal, remix, band, rehearsal, cassette
Xenophobe song left in limbo for 10 years until Deadman returned to tell a tale about a little place by the now removed railroad tracks with a zigzag path through the cat'o nine tales and NJ swamp grass that lead to a hidden party spot with a stolen boardwalk bench and a trash can of liquor... we used to go back there quite often until they ripped up the tracks and made way for human progress. I used to put pennies on those very tracks every summer many years before. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: new wage, xenophobe, electronic
Part of this batch is what is left of "TAPE #4" which I left in someone's blue Chevy Nova last seen going full speed down the Garden State Parkway. Thanks to Art Moncrief who provided me with his 1st generation copy of some of the songs from that tape. The other songs are from the Launch Haven Jam which was one of the craziest band practices I have ever been at. Recorded in a basement live to cassette in Marmora NJ. I am playing through a Realistic stereo reciever bridge to a plywood... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: warfare, thrash, live, band, jam
Two almost finished laid back songs salvaged from preliminary mixes before the desktop hardrive died and the laptop power supply went within 48 hours of each other. Hopefully I can recover the hard drive data one day and fix the laptop to finish all the songs I was working on. These are in MP3 format and were for evaluation only. They suffer from agregious compression, reckless mixing and atrocious editing. NoiseCollector will not be held liable for any damage to your woofers or psyche. With... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: psychadelic, trip hop, lofi, philosophy, drone, fusion, rock, time
2 more songs salvaged from lost tracks by Deadman & Digi Hartatak. Track 1 "Justin's Commandments" tells the story of the 10 commandments written by Clancy on the wooden ceiling support at the Pavillion on the boardwalk in Ocean City. Track 2 "Zion Winter" tells the story of the cold streets if Egg Harbor Township and what happens to unsuspecting pedestrians that wander into the lair of the dreaded Zoobies. Vocals performed and recorded by Deadman in Audacity Music... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: H1N1, obama, healthcare, sex, twitter, patriot act, megan fox, iran, dexter, jihad, islam, star...
Michael Moore, John Edwards, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Adam Gadhan join forces once again in a climatic showdown of lyrical spoken word prowess. Mediated by myself and with the assistance of some random jihadist from the moving picture collection on the archive. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Ambient, spoken word, politics, jihad, techno, experimental, noisecollector, michael moore, john...